Nat was born in the UK and began his career in teaching and moved into the management of schools and worked to build vibrant communities before joining The Development Alchemists in 2005.
His work today takes him all over the world where he specialises in coaching and coaching psychology. Nat has worked at policy level in several countries helping governments develop their policies in relation to education and the transition from school to work. He has also worked with many United Nations Agencies, providing facilitation, training and coaching services. Nat provides training in leadership and management, strategic change transition and specialises in team building and team development, where he is able to use his creative talents to design enjoyable retreats for whole teams that want to improve their performance, relationships or service delivery.
He has worked extensively across both public and private sectors and in a wide range of International settings. Having established his own business in the Creative Industries sector, Nat has worked with micro, small and medium enterprises across the SADEC region of Africa.
Nat has a strong commitment to equality and works toward this by providing training in developing gender equality. Nat was responsible for the development of the EU/ILO toolkit on Breaking Gender Stereotypes, which is a practical guide for HR managers and enterprise owners to improve their businesses by making the most of the talent they already have within their enterprise and a part of the evaluation team for the GENIS Lab EU project addressing gender equality in the world of science and technology.
Nat graduated with a distinction for his Masters in Coaching Psychology and is a qualified hypno – psychotherapist, he is now embarking on his PhD in Coaching Psychology.